John Brett: This view is probably from the cliffs above Lulworth Cove in Dorset, although there are no identifiable features. It's based on detailed notes on colour and meteorology that John Brett made as he sailed round the south-west coast in the summer of 1870.The focus of the painting is the effect of sunlight on the sea, which Brett had studied closely.
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GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY
This site includes quizzes, tests, puzzles and games to improve your grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Click here
If you want to learn a little bit of topic vocabulary everyday, this site can help you. Vocabulary is set out in lexical fields with a translation in Spanish. Click here
A useful grammar site, which includes explanations in English on all important aspects of grammar and structures. Click here
A site with a list of irregular verbs. Click here
On this site you can practice your listening skills about everyday topics, as well as grammar, vocabulary and Cambridge style exercises. Click here
NEW ENGLISH FILE WEB SITE
This is the site which complements the text book being used in ESO this year. It is very complete with sections on grammar, vocabulary, phrasal verbs, colloquial english, interative games and more. I thoroughly recommend it for consolidating and even for exam revision. Click here
Cambridge dictionary online. Click here.
Word Reference online. Click here.
Collins dictionary online. Click here.
OFFICIAL ENGLISH EXAMS
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A useful site for 3rd ESO if you need a concise biography of an author we are dealing with in History of English Literature. Click here
An online library featuring some of the works we'll be reading in History of English Literature. Click here
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